The Ueno Royal Museum (Ueno-no-Mori Museum)

Travel Guide - The Ueno Royal Museum (Ueno-no-Mori Museum)


Operated by the Japan Art Association presided over by the Prince Hitachi, the Ueno Royal Museum opened in 1972.
The museum holds many project exhibitions and international exhibitions focusing on modern art, museum-sponsored exhibits with works submitted by the public, and displays of important cultural properties.

Opening Hours

  • 10:00 – 17:00 *admission until 30 minutes before closing


  • New Year’s holidays

Access / Public Transport

  • 3 minutes walk from JR Ueno Station
  • 5 minutes walk from Ueno Station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line (G16) or Hibiya Line (H17)
  • 5 minutes walk from Keisei Ueno Station on the Keisei Main Line (KS01)

Address / Location

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